PHOTO VAULT: Twitter’s inside glimpse at the Commonwealth Games

With most of the athletes competing in the Commonwealth Games now moved into the athlete village and preparing for competition, Twitter has been flooded with some great photos of the facilities and athletes. We’ve reposted a few of the best here to give you an insider’s look at the Commonwealth Games. Swimming events begin this Thursday, and you can get more info in our preview article here.

Courtesy of Keryn McMaster (@KerynMc93) on Twitter.

Aussie IMer Keryn McMaster snapped this pic of the competition pool. Courtesy of Keryn McMaster (@KerynMc93) on Twitter.

Courtesy of Ryan Cochrane (@cochraneryan) on Twitter.

Courtesy of Ryan Cochrane (@cochraneryan) on Twitter.

Courtesy of Jared Gilliland (@JaredGilliland) on Twitter.

Cameron McEvoy, Matt Levings and Jared Gilliland show off Team Australia’s uniforms. Courtesy of Jared Gilliland (@JaredGilliland) on Twitter.

Some of Team Canada’s women pose in front of the village. Courtesy of Kierra Smith on Instagram.

Courtesy of Kenneth To (@Kennethkhto) on Twitter.

Australia boards their team bus for the trip to Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games facilities. Courtesy of Kenneth To (@Kennethkhto) on Twitter.

Courtesy of Kenneth To (@kennethkhto) on Twitter.

And Team Australia arrives at the Games. Courtesy of Kenneth To (@kennethkhto) on Twitter.

Courtesy of Thomas Haffield (@ThomasHaffield) on Twitter.

Great Britain’s Thomas Haffield got this shot of the racing pool during warmups. Courtesy of Thomas Haffield (@ThomasHaffield) on Twitter.

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Jared Anderson swam for nearly twenty years. Then, Jared Anderson stopped swimming and started writing about swimming. He's not sick of swimming yet. Swimming might be sick of him, though. Jared was a YMCA and high school swimmer in northern Minnesota, and spent his college years swimming breaststroke and occasionally pretending …

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